Part 4 of the powerpoints presented at the Innovation Hub Workshop in Spain, please feel free to share.
Part 3 of the powerpoints presented at the Innovation Hub Workshop in Spain, please feel free to share.
Are you thinking about how graphene may be useful for your business?
Are you planning future studies in this field?
Get the "Handbook of Graphene Manufacturing"
Download for free at https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/2053-1583/ab1e0a
The researchers of the EU-funded initiative Graphene Flagship created a comprehensive guide with methods for producing and processing graphene and other 2D materials. Published under an open-access licence, the guide is free to read and use for everyone.
The Graphene Flagship is one of the first two FET (Future and Emerging Technologies) Flagships launched in 2013 by the European Union to address major scientific and technological challenges. It is one of Europe's biggest ever research initiatives: it coordinates over 150 academic and industrial research groups from 23 countries.
The Graphene Flagship's research effort covers the entire value chain - from materials production to components and system integration - and aims at taking graphene and other related innovative materials out of the laboratory and put them at the service of the society.
we are preparing the next workshop, 2nd of April in Poland.
Please mark the date !
Besides overview of services from open innovation testbeds and pilots for SMEs and Industry, you will have there the opportunity to use the presented business information and start matchmaking with new customers and investors.
To the SME members in our working group
are you aware of the EIC SME funding (now with combined grant and venture capital)
Who should apply to the EIC Accelerator (SME Instrument)?
Are you an innovative, high-flying small or medium-sized business with European and global ambitions?
Have you got an idea for an innovation that targets new markets and could boost the growth of your company?
Are you looking for substantial funding to support you in the last stages of development?
And could you make use of business development resources and coaching to take your company forward? Then the EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is for you.
The EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) supports high-risk, high-potential small and medium-sized enterprises to develop and bring to market new products, services and business models that could drive economic growth.
The EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is for innovators with ground-breaking concepts that could shape new markets or disrupt existing ones in Europe and worldwide.
Competition for support under the EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is tough.
The EIC Accelerator pilot (SME Instrument) is very selective.
Following the cut-off date of 5 June 2019, only ground-breaking concepts at the last stage before scale-up can be funded.
Dear Workingroup Members,
just to remind you that the 5th of November we meet in San Sebastian (please find details in the pdf).
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NanoCommons is designed to provide innovative solutions for data mining, harmonisation, utilisation and re-utilisation, including incorporation of a range of modelling and decision support tools that require organised high-quality datasets on which to run, provided via an Open Access, federated Knowledge Commons platform. Access to the platform and the supporting tools will be provided to the nanosafety community and its broadest set of stakeholders (enterprise, regulators, insurance and society broadly) via funded calls for Transnational access, as well as development of demonstration User case studies targeting the key stakeholders (academia, industry, regulators).
NanoCommons is envisaged as a bridge between academic research organisation and industry, and subsequently regulatory bodies, focused as it is on implementing the recommendations of the NanoSafety Cluster “Closer to the Market” Research Roadmap, and with its emphasis on co-development of solutions to industry
challenges around safety-by-design and Life cycle assessment...